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Course Information

Instructor Information

Course Code: IN 2100

Name: Asst. Prof. Lionel Sanchez, M.Arch

Course Title: Interior Design 3_Advance Residential and Retail Interior Design

Office: Department of Architecture, SAFAD, USC

Pre-requisites: IN 1200, IN1200L, AD 1213, AD1214 Credit: 4.0

Email: ljtsanchez@usc.edu.ph Consultation Period: TBD

Lecture: 1 Hour

Lab: 9 Hours USC Vision

The University of San Carlos sees: A WORLD where the darkness of sin and the night of unbelief vanish before the light of the Word and the Spirit of grace. A SOCIETY where citizens are competent, noble in character, and community-oriented: What they know, they apply justly and honestly. What they do not know, they seek to learn. What they do not have, they endeavor to acquire. What they have, they share. USC Mission The University of San Carlos is a Catholic institution of learning that embodies the principles of academic discipline of San Carlos Borromeo and the missionary charism of the Society of the Divine Word. We aim to develop competent and socially responsible professionals and lifelong learners in an environment that fosters excellence in the academic core processes of teaching-learning, research and community extension service. Our mission is to provide timely, relevant and transformative academic programs responsive to the needs of the local, national, and global communities, in a rapidly changing world. Program Educational Objectives

Three to five years after graduation, the Carolinian Interior Design graduate will be: PEO 1

An interior designer who demonstrate critical and analytical thinking of the principles, philosophies and theoretical frameworks of interior discipline; (Scientia)

PEO 2

An interior design practitioner exhibiting emphasis on values and ethics of the interior design discipline in relation to health, safety, and public welfare; (Virtus)

PEO 3

An interior designer receptive to the needs and demands of society and its integration into the social economic, cultural and environmental aspects of nation building for sustainable development; (Devotio)

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PEO 4

An interior designer with strong sense of nationalism arising from the realization of the role of interior design in the nation’s historical and cultural development. (Virtus) Course Description

This professional (board exam) and laboratory course deals with Advanced Residential and Retail interior design. The topics are a continuation and application of the first year studio class in residential interior design, at the same time covering such topics as Apartments, Townhouses, Condominium Units and Home for the Aged. The course is part of the strategies to enable students for analytical problem-solving which is necessary for success in subsequent major courses in the interior design program. Program Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, students should have attained the following: PO 1

Analyze interior design problems through space planning, specifying and organizing finishes, materials and furniture for which the interior of the building is designed;

PO 2

Formulate and implement design concepts, strategies and/or approaches using new technology in interior design;


PO 3

Integrate and understand theories, current issues, and design philosophies in accordance with professional, social and ethical responsibility;

PO 4

Examine and critique history and period styles, materials of décor, furniture design, and building construction and utilities related to the practice of interior design;


PO 5

Function and assimilate multi-disciplinary teams and task forces on relevant issues concerning interior design;

PO 6

Convey and communicate design proposals effectively and accurately through visual, oral and virtual communication;


PO 7

Understand, apply, and practice ethical professional values and responsibility relevant to interior design practice;

PO 8

Exhibit sensitivity to cultural, social, and environmental issues and advocacies involved in interior design while recognizing diversity;


PO 9

Engage in lifelong learning to keep abreast to the development of the profession through continuing professional education. Course Outcome

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

At the end of the course, the student is able to:

Analyze interior design problems through space planning, specifying and organizing finishes, materials and furniture for which the interior of the building is designed;

Formulate and implement design concepts, strategies and/or approaches using new technology in interior design;


Integrate and understand theories, current issues, and design philosophies in accordance with professional, social and ethical responsibility

Examine and critique history and period styles, materials of décor, furniture design, and building construction and utilities related to the practice of interior design;


Function and assimilate multidisciplinary teams and task forces on relevant issues concerning interior design;

Convey and communicate design proposals effectively and accurately through visual, oral and virtual communication;


Understand, apply, and practice ethical professional values and responsibility relevant to interior design practice;

Exhibit sensitivity to cultural, social, and environmental issues and advocacies involved in interior design while recognizing diversity;


Engage in lifelong learning to keep abreast to the development of the profession through continuing professional education.

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Create proposals (plates) for design problems on advanced residential and retail interiors using evidence-based sources and industry-standard requirements and techniques.

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Assessment of Outcomes Grading System Rubric-based ratings for specific assessment tasks are given corresponding weights to comprise the grade that the student gets for the course. As evidence of having attained the course outcomes, students have to participate in teaching-learning activities (formative assessment) and produce plates/portfolios (summatvie assessment) Computation: 70% - Plates 15% - Exams 15% - Teaching-Learning Activities

Course Requirements

1.0 - 95-100 2.0 - 85 3.0 - 75 (Passing Grade) 4.0 - 65 5.0 – 55 *No grade between 3.0 and 5.0

Class Requirements, Management and Policies 01. Technical Pen (set 0.1, 0.3, 0.5 OR set 0.2, .0.4, 0.6) 02. Transparent T-Square (minimum of 1.0m) 03. Triangles (30˚ x 60˚, 45˚ x 45˚) 04. Metric / FAN Scale (should contain 1:100, 1:50, 1:40, 1:30, 1:25, 1:20) 05. Compass (with ink adaptor) 06. Mechanical Pencil 07. Tracing paper (preferably A3 size, ideally gauges 60 to 100, any available will do) 08. Eraser/CLAY (both for pencil and ink) 09. Masking Tape 10. Whole Plain White Cartolina 11. Steel tape 12. Computer/Smart Phone for Category 2 & 3 Students 13. Notebook for Journal/Activity Log (especially for Category 1 Students) Additional/Optional: 01. Erasing Shield 02. Circular Template 03. Square Template 04. Ellipse Template 05. French Curve 06. Tube 07. Brush (for erasure residue)

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Teaching Strategies

The topic will utilize varied learning strategies that will put the student at the center of all class activities, which is OBE. This is based on the belief that the best way to learn is to be actively involved in the learning process. It is expected that the student will take charge of their learning experiences (ideally recorded in a journal as per CHED Advisory) because in the end, it is the evidences of learning demonstrated is what the teacher will use as instrument for grading. Students will be guided through the readings, discussions, group activities, research activities, presentation, and organizing class requirements into a portfolio.

Attendance Policy

Please refer to current University of San Carlos COVD-19 Policy on class attendance.

Missed Assessment Policy

Please refer to current University of San Carlos COVD-19 Policy on INC assessment.

Consultation

Consultations are made available within class after designated lecture hours. Should you wish to consult with me on matters pertaining to your achievement of the learning outcomes, you can inform the professor through the course email at least 48 hours before. Please, indicate in clear terms what you wish to consult me with. You may consult with me individually or as a group.

Communication Plagiarism

All course-related communications may be done through Canvas. I will send to you supplementary learning materials, announcements, instructions and the like through such group. Make sure that you regularly check the class. For those without internet connection, you may contact me through my mobile phone during class hours. Committing Plagiarism. "Plagiarism" is defined as the unacknowledged inclusion of someone else's words, structure, ideas, or data. When a student submits work as his/her own that includes the words, structure, ideas, or data of others, the source of this information must be acknowledged through complete, accurate, and specific references, and, if verbatim statements are included, through quotation marks as well. Failure to identify any source (including interviews, surveys, etc.), published in any medium (including on the internet) or unpublished, from which words, structure, ideas, or data have been taken, constitutes plagiarism. Use APA Style for citations and references. Plagiarism warrants a failing grade.

Study Tips Resources

17 Life Lessons They Should Teach in College But Don't | Money. (n.d.). Retrieved October 29, 2017, from http://time.com/money/3692256/life-lessons/ Cunha, F. R. D., Kruistum, C. V., & Oers, B. V. (2016). Teachers and Facebook: using online groups to improve students’ communication and engagement in education. Communication Teacher, 30(4), 228–241. doi: 10.1080/17404622.2016.1219039 Marsocci, L. (2012, January 26). Why Interior Designers Matter: Radford University. Retrieved October 29, 2017, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WRU4NUJSVc Mulholland, S. (2016, November 4). MultiBrief: Why stress is causing interior designers to leave the profession. Retrieved October 29, 2017, from http://exclusive.multibriefs.com/content/whystress-is-causing-interior-designers-leave-the-profession/interior-design-furnishings-fixtures Parsons, K. M. (2015, May 14). Message to My Freshman Students. Retrieved October 30, 2017, from https://www.huffingtonpost.com/keith-m-parsons/message-to-my-freshmanst_b_7275016.html Stromberg, J. (2014, June 24). Re-reading is inefficient. Here are 8 tips for studying smarter. Retrieved October 29, 2017, from https://www.vox.com/2014/6/24/5824192/study-smarter-learnbetter-8-tips-from-memory-researchers

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Quora (2016, April 13). A Stanford dean on adult skills every 18-year-old should have. Retrieved October 29, 2017, from https://qz.com/644491/a-stanford-dean-on-adult-skills-every-18-year-oldshould-have/?utm_source=kwfb&kwp_0=254207 Mental Health Support

You may get in touch with the following organizations, they both offer free support, and you also have the option to utilize their paid consultations: USC Mental Health Support Online Support for COVID-19 Crisis. (n.d.). Facebook. Retrieved August 18, 2020, from https://www.facebook.com/USCMHR Philippine Mental Health Association Cebu Chapter. (n.d.). Facebook. Retrieved August 18, 2020, from https://www.facebook.com/pmhacebu

Disclaimer

The professor may alter the syllabus as well as the sequence, scope and content of the course to permit the introduction of new or innovative material or when current topics or resources can measurably add to the student's understanding of relevant issues. This will be done when necessary and according to the considered judgment of the professor. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, neither teacher nor student shall be liable for any delays or failures in performance resulting from acts beyond its reasonable control including, without limitation, acts of God, acts of war or terrorism, state health emergencies, shortage of supply, breakdowns or malfunctions, interruptions or malfunction of computer facilities, or loss of data due to power failures or mechanical difficulties with information storage or retrieval systems, labor difficulties or civil unrest. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in the event of such an occurrence, each party agrees to make a good faith effort to perform its obligations hereunder.

NOTES: The current situation calls for lowering the benchmark, splitting the course into 4 modules combining synchronous and asynchronous learning, with compressed contact hours. Each module is allocated at least two weeks, one week for TLA, and another for the AT, based on CHED COVID Advisory No. 6 dated 13 April 2020. Journal with reflective thoughts on work concerns and related issues should be a requirement. This is to identify some of the strength and weaknesses of work at home and simulated working environments. Minimum Allocation of Meetings 3 weeks

Topic 1.1 Designing an Apartment based on an Actual Client Profile

Unit Outcome Create a proposal (plate) for your classmate’s (client) hypothetical apartment using actual design requirements, evidence-based and industry-standard techniques.

Objectives

Teaching-Learning Activities (TLA)

1. Enumerate ergonomic clearances for the ff: areas: a. Entrances b. Social and Leisure Spaces c. Kitchens d. Bedrooms e. Bathrooms

Read and review literature and sources regarding residential interior design and planning.

2. Differentiate a Single-detached house vs. Apartment vs. Condominium. Do your own literature review.

Collect feedback from your classmate regarding the progress of your plate/proposal.

Watch resource videos on condo/apartment design in references.

Assessment Task (AT) Plate No. 1: Apartment and Accessible Home

Midterm Exam: Apartment and Accessible Home

References Please refer to http://www.lionelsanchez.com/references/

3. Compare and identify relevant building codes, lighting, electrical, and

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mechanical constraints applicable to condominium interior design for the ff: areas: a. Entrances b. Social and Leisure Spaces c. Kitchens d. Bedrooms e. Bathrooms 4. As an application to the lesson on lighting, calculate the needed lighting requirements for your bedroom 5. Conduct an interview with your classmate regarding their design preferences 6. Produce a design proposal (plate) 3 weeks

1.2 Designing an Accessible Home

Produce a proposal (plate) for a hypothetical client with accesibility requirements, evidencebased and industrystandard techniques.

1. Summarize in bullet form the Accessibility Notes for the following spaces (Piotrowski, 2016): a. Entrances b. Social and Leisure Spaces c. Kitchens d. Bedrooms e. Bathrooms

Read and review literature and sources regarding accessible residential interior design.

Please refer to http://www.lionelsanchez.com/references

Watch resource videos about accessible design residences in references. Submit TLA via Canvas

2. Compare BP344 with other building codes (Sanchez, 2020, How Not to Decorate, p. 89) 3. Produce the design proposal (plate) 3 weeks

2.1 Designing a Retail Space

Create a proposal (plate) for a retail facility with evidence-based and industry-standard techniques.

1. Explain in summary how retail spaces came to be (history) (Piotrowski, 2016, p. 326) 2. Articulate the importance for retail facilities to have interiors designed (Piotrowski, 2016, p. 329)

Use the given sources of this module as a starting point to explore and expound the topic of discussion based on the given objectives.

Plate No. 2: Retail Design and Visual Merchandising

Final Exam: Retail Design and Visual Merchandising

Please refer to http://www.lionelsanchez.com/references/

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3. Discuss the different types of retail spaces Planning and Interior Design Elements of retail spaces (Piotrowski, 2016, p. 332) 4. Review the ergonomic and furniture, fixture & equipment (FFE) standards for retail facilities (Sanchez, 2020, Various Notes on Retail Design) 5. Jot down the requirements for mechanical and lighting systems (Piotrowski, 2016, p. 351)

Minimum no. of Words: 2,000 (excluding references) Grading: Please refer to Rubric Turnitin Submission Required: Class ID: IN21002020 Enrollment Key: 26945116 Similarity Index: 15% and below *use USC email for Turnitin registration *include Turnitin Receipt with Canvas submission *only one person from the group shall submit

6. Search images of retail design that show best practices, and closely exemplify your review of the related literature. Share a minimum of 4 pictures and explain why they exemplify as best practices for retail design. 3 weeks

2.2 Creating a Visual Merchandising Scheme for the Retail Space

Fashion a visual merchandising scheme (addition to plate 2.1) for a retail facility with evidence-based and industry-standard techniques.

1. Discuss the History of Visual Merchandising (Morgan, 2011, p. 8) 2. Identify the roles of the Visual Merchandiser, training needed, and enumerate the composition of the Visual Merchandising Team (Morgan, 2011, p. 20) 3. Summarize the process of Structuring a Window Calendar (Morgan, 2011, p. 109) 4. Outline the Checklist for Producing a Successful Window Presentation (Morgan, 2011, p. 111) 5. Compare Dressing a Mannequin for Menswear and Womensear (Morgan, 2011, p. 209)

Use the given sources of this module as a starting point to explore and expound the topic of discussion based on the given objectives.

Please refer to http://www.lionelsanchez.com/references/

Paper Size: A4 Style of Submission: Strictly APA Minimum no. of Words: 2,000 (excluding references) Grading: Please refer to Rubric Turnitin Submission Required: Class ID: IN21002020 Enrollment Key: 26945116 Similarity Index: 15% and below *use USC email for Turnitin registration

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6. What are usually in a Visual Merchandiser’s Toolbox Health and Safety (Morgan, 2011, p. 217)

*include Turnitin Receipt with Canvas submission *only one person from the group shall submit

7. Search images of visual merchandising that show best practices, and closely exemplify your review of the related literature. Share a minimum of 4 pictures and explain why they exemplify as best practices for visual merchandising. Prepared by

Approved by

Asst. Prof. Lionel Sanchez, M.Arch Date Submitted: 25 JULY 2020

IDr Hermie Ray Oplado, CIDE, Program Coordinator Date Approved: XX AUGUST 2020

Ar. Neil Andrew U. Menjares, MS, Department Date Approved: XX AUGUST 2020

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Assessment Rubrics Quality Level

1.0

General Descriptor

Excellent High Distinction

Designing a solution with emphasis on function, evidence-based approaches and ergonomics (40%)

Selecting appropriate concepts and principles for interiors (20%)

Applying

● There is an excellent smooth circulation/traffic flow, well planned ● Furniture layout is very effective and appropriate ● Area assignment is estimated very well, perfect adjacency studies ● Programming is clearly done, client wish-list is considered and interpreted beyond expected ● There is an exceptionally proper analysis and evaluation of the space, with consideration to existing condition ● Precise and careful attention to Evidence-based design, technicalities and codes are applied ● Design concept/theory all throughout is exceptionally researched and very apparent ● Principles of design are perfectly executed ● Color Scheme is aptly chosen and goes with the function or design concept ● Decoration is impeccable ● Materials and finishes chosen fit the function or design concept perfectly ● Presentation looks highly professional, with excellent

Rubric for Plates 1.1 to 1.5 1.6 to 2.5 Very Good Good Distinction or Credit Level of Achievement High Level of Achievement ● Generally, has a very smooth ● Some areas of circulation/traffic circulation/traffic flow with a few flow need to adjusted exceptions ● Some arrangement of furniture ● Furniture layout is appropriate can be improved with minor adjustments ● Area assignment is estimated ● Area assignment is estimated well, good adjacency studies well, very good adjacency studies ● Programming is done, client ● Programming is clearly done, wish-list is partially considered client wish-list is considered ● There is a proper analysis and ● There is a proper analysis and evaluation of the space, with evaluation of the space, with consideration to existing condition consideration to existing condition ● There is considerable amount of ● Evidence-based design, application of evidence-based technicalities and codes are well design, technicalities and codes applied and studied

● Design concept/theory is very well apparent ● Principles of design are very well executed ● Color Scheme goes well with the function or design concept ● Decoration and editing is very suitable ● Materials and finishes chosen fit well the function or design concept

● Design concept/theory is appropriate enough ● Principles of design are appropriate enough ● Some color choices are too bright or intense ● Portions of the decoration can use some editing to reinforce/fit the design concept ● Materials and finishes chosen fit the function or design concept, with some exceptions

● Very comprehensive compilation and drafting ● Compilation is sturdy

● Good compilation and drafting ● Compilation is of fine quality

2.6 to 3.0

3.1 to 5.0

Fair

Needs Improvement

● Areas need to adjusted to improve circulation/traffic flow ● Rearrange the furniture to improve the layout ● Items in the client’s wish-list are not given the proper attention ● Reassign a room/space or two to improve adjacency ● Lacking consideration of evidence-based design, technicalities and codes

● Poor circulation/traffic flow ● Furniture layout is badly done ● Area assignment is wrong ● Items in the client’s wish-list are ignored ● There is no effort in the analysis and evaluation of the space and its existing conditions ● There is disregard for evidencebased design, technicalities and codes

● Design concept/theory execution needs improvement by doing more research, lacks character ● Principles of design are not applied ● Color choices are too bright or intense / not appropriate in some ● Decoration and editing needs to be improved to reinforce/fit the design concept ● Improve material and finish specification to suit function and/ or design concept ● Compilation and drafting needs to improve by reviewing the standards

● Design concept/theory is poorly executed, needs a lot of research ● Principles of design are not ignored ● Color Scheme is badly chosen and does not fit the function or design concept/ not appropriate ● There is no effort in editing or decoration at all ● Materials and finishes chosen do not go with the function or design theme or is not sturdy / is vulnerable to accidents ● Compilation and drafting are executed poorly

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standard presentation and drafting techniques in advanced residential and retail design (20%)

Discussing the design in terms of critical-thinking (20%)

compilation and drafting techniques. ● Compilation is sturdy and easy to browse through. ● There is a smooth and organic flow of pages and drawings, very well organized ● Drafting is very clear and understandable and in excellent proportion ● Dimensions are complete ● The lettering is also exceptional, clearly using guidelines ● Exceptionally neat ● Pictures, swatches and samples are complete, sometimes more than the required ● Specifications are complete and well-written

● There is a smooth flow of pages and drawings, organized ● Drafting is clear and understandable and very god proportion ● Pertinent dimensions are present but can be reinforced with more ● The lettering is also outstanding, using guidelines ● Very neat ● Pictures, swatches and samples are complete ● Specifications are complete, good use of adjectives

● Content shows an excellent understanding of the topic and subject matter through wide-range information from print to digital sources ● All selected references are authoritative; all facts regarding people, places, time, etc. are accurate in APA Style ● Format is rigorously followed ● Excellent composition and spelling

● Content shows very good understanding of the topic and subject matter through wide-range information from print to digital sources ● Majority selected references are authoritative; Majority facts regarding people, places, time, etc. are accurate in APA Style ● Format is of standard ● Very good composition and spelling

● Some pages and drawings need to rearranged to make it more better in terms of flow organization ● Some parts of drafting are lacking, but understandable and in good proportion ● Dimensions are present but lacking in some ● The lettering is clear, can use some guidelines, review standard font size ● The work is neat but some erasures and minor errors are present ● Pictures, swatches and samples are present but lacks specifications ● Specifications are present but needs improvement on grammar and spelling, using objective adjectives in some ● Content shows a satisfactory understanding of the topic and subject matter with acceptable range of information from print to digital sources ● Half of the selected references are authoritative; Partial facts regarding people, places, time, etc. are inaccurate in APA Style ● Generally, follows format ● Good composition and spelling

● Compilation is either frail or needs a lot of improvement ● Pages and drawings are disorganized ● Drafting is incomplete or not well executed, and some figures not in good proportion ● Dimensions are present but lacking in some ● The lettering needs to use guidelines or is not of standard font or size ● The work untidy ● Pictures, swatches and samples are present but is not presentable ● Specifications are missing in some and/or needs improvement on grammar and spelling, using objective adjectives

● Compilation, as of the moment is not presentable ● Pages and drawings are not organized ● Drafting is incomplete and badly executed, and figures are not in good proportion ● Dimensions are clearly lacking ● The lettering is not of standard, needs review ● The work is very messy ● Pictures, swatches and samples are lacking ● Specifications are missing and/or needs a lot of improvement on grammar and spelling, using objective adjectives

● Content shows fair understanding of the topic and subject matter with narrow range of information from print to digital sources ● Majority of the selected references are not authoritative; Majority of facts regarding people, places, time, etc. are inaccurate, a few in APA Style ● Format needs to be improved through careful review ● A few misspelled words

● Content shows a lack of understanding of the topic and subject matter with very little consideration of source of information, all from digital sources ● All of the selected references are not authoritative; all of the facts regarding people, places, time, etc. are inaccurate not in APA Style ● Plagiarism; copy and paste, without citation ● Format is ignored ● A lot of misspelled words

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